Business registration, courts to speed up

MPs passed a law that will speed up the registration of businesses in the state's central business registry from the current period of several months to five days.

On October 28, parliament also approved a series of other laws that were prepared by the Justice Ministry in order to speed up and make the work of the Slovak judiciary more effective. A new law foresees that about 600 higher court clerks would be employed at courts to take some of the administrative burden off of judges.

Top stories

News digest: Ex-special prosecutor found guilty, while critical journalists charged

Ex-special prosecutor sentenced to 14 years. Several politicians critical of charges against Denník N journalists. Travel to Spain more complicated.

11 h
Pope Francis and President Zuzana Čaputová at the airport.

Pope brings message of unity to a country in turmoil

It was nice while it lasted. Which wasn’t long.

15 h
Journalist Monika Tódová

Charges brought against two Denník N journalists

The criminal complaint was submitted by ex-journalist-turned-spy Peter Tóth.

17 h
Slovak cyclist Peter Sagan at the last stage of Around Slovakia.

Slovak cyclist Sagan wins Around Slovakia

He triumphed despite failing to win any of the five stages.

18 h
Skryť Close ad